4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Hartford County, CT
To help you with your search, browse the 7 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Hartford County. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Hartford County 4.3 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Middlesex County with an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
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Review of Mclean
My sister is in independent living at McLean, which is a continuing care facility. It seems to be well-run. My sister has been living there for several years. Her husband passed away last fall, but... Read more
Review of Duncaster
The staff at Duncaster seemed to be a bit overworked and didn’t seem to pay enough attention to us. Everybody was just too busy to show us around. I wasn’t impressed at all. The dining area was OK.... Read more
Review of Duncaster
I went to Duncaster for my parents and very much enjoyed the facility. I liked the setup and talked to several nice people. They have a medical facility with a doctor there. I loved that place. If ... Read more
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